Philly Film Screenings — 20 June 2011 » Written by
2011 Danger After Dark lineup…

The most consistently entertaining film festival-related series in Philadelphia, programmer Travis Crawford’s Danger After Dark, returns next month with a predictably stellar lineup.  Highlights include Spain’s experimental fantasy-comedy Finisterrae, a newly restored print of the notorious 1987 Spanish film In a Glass Cage, the latest offering from House of the Devil director Ti West titled The Innkeepers, and the Japanese giant robot homage/take-off Karate-Robo Zaborgar.

Full schedule:
FRI July 8, 9:45 PM : Milocrorze: A Love Story
SAT July 9, 10:00 PM : Bangkok Knockout
SUN July 10, 9:30 PM : Phase 7
MON July 11, 9:30 PM : Point Blank
TUE July 12, 9:30 PM : Birthright
WED July 13, 9:30 PM : Finisterrae
FRI July 15, 9:30 PM : In a Glass Cage
SAT July 16, 10:00 PM : The Innkeepers
SUN July 17, 9:30 PM : Karate-Robo Zaborgar

Cinedelphia plans on attending all of these screenings once PJAM wraps up on July 9.  And we recommend you do the same.

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(4) Readers Comments

  1. Wow, I can’t believe they are playing Finisterrae! It’s an amazing film. Very excited to see it hopefully in 35mm or HD.

    • Herbie —

      I agree: FINISTERRAE is an amazing film, and I was happy to program it, even though I’m afraid only ten people will show up. It wasn’t made available to us in 35mm, so we’re screening it digitally.

      • Katie and I will be there…is this the Temptation of St. Tony of the 2011 lineup?

        • It might be *slightly* more accessible than Temptation of St. Tony, if only because it’s shorter (and maybe funnier), but otherwise — you got it! Either way, it will probably be the one that gets me finally fired.

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